0 Cars Get Damaged by Falling Bricks in Brest, Belarus

Cars Get Damaged by Falling Bricks in Brest, Belarus

Stormy wind in Brest, Belarus, collapsed the brick wall of the garage cooperative and seriously damaged ten cars parked on the facility. In
other areas of the Belorussian city trees fell and collapsed four more cars. Some pictures of the cars under the bricks are inside.
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2 Just a Remote Russian Winter Road

Just a Remote Russian Winter Road

These images were taken in the remote region of Russia, on the road Yakutsk-Magadan which is also called the Kolyma road (Kolyma used to be the place of Gulag location). The road is said to be built on human
bones, it was made by hands of Gulag prisoners. Time has changed but the road still requires sacrifice. Blogger karpukhins has made a winter trip along the road and showed us how the it looks today.
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4 New Tracked Armoured Carrier DT 3PM

New Tracked Armoured Carrier DT 3PM

A new light tracked coupled armoured carrier DT-3PM has been presented to public in Ishimbai, Republic of Bashkortostan. The new vehicle looking this strange is a modified
armoured carrier based on model DT-3P for civil and military use whose carrying capacity is three tonnes (carrying capacity of a non-armoured version is four tonnes).
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4 Competition of Federal Guard Service Cars

Competition of Federal Guard Service Cars

These pictures were taken by blogger podpolkovnikvvs right before the competition "Special Garage" of the Russian
Federal Guard Service. The drivers had to demostrate their skills in high-speed maneuvering on snow.
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0 Soviet Hydrogen Powered Minibuses

Soviet Hydrogen Powered Minibuses

These vehicles powered by hydrogen started to be designed since 1976 based on bus RAF-22034. At idle and low speed they worked on hydrogen, at higher speed some petrol was added and at the maximum speed the vehicle worked
on petrol only. The minibuses helped to save much fuel and were twenty three times less toxic than ordinary gasoline powered buses. Such minibuses were used during the XXII Olympic Games in Moscow in 1980.
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1 Expecting Future to be Bright: Super Cross Country Vehicle

Expecting Future to be Bright: Super Cross Country Vehicle

If this black and white photo gets colored, an apocalyptic landscape is added in the background, we would get a good poster for
a Hollywood sci-fi movie. However this vehicle is absolutely real, it was built in the USSR in 1962 and named ZIL167E.
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7 Making Special Vehicles For the Russian Armed Forces

Making Special Vehicles For the Russian Armed Forces

"Project-Tekhnika" corporation makes multipurpose and special vehicles for the Russian armed forces. It has several plants and
this one, the Shumerlya Special Vehicles Plant, is one of them. We will see it courtesy of blogger i-korotchenko.
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3 Missile And Artillery Units Shoot Fireworks At Night

Missile And Artillery Units Shoot Fireworks At Night

In Sergeevka, Russian Far East, missile and artillery units recently held large-scale integration exercises. Over 2,5 thousand military men
were practising their combat skills. 50% of the drills were held at night. The pictures are taken by smitsmitty, the Russian blogger.
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3 Technical Support and Disguise Vehicle for Missilemen

Technical Support and Disguise Vehicle for Missilemen

Here's a technical support vehicle and disguised 15M69 used by strategic missile units. It does not launch missiles and has no armament at all. Its task is
to determine and prepare a suitable position for missilemen. The photos were taken by the blogger who calls himself mnenevlom and his friend.
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4 Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

Road Safety Posters From the Soviet Past

Here is a cool collection of vintage posters appealing to Soviet people for caution on the roads. Today
we have much more dense traffic but for some reason safety posters are not popular anymore.
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